Derek Hough revealed in an interview with E! News that he has been giving Kate Hudson private dancing lessons. Although Hough is using the time to get ready for the 17th season of Dancing With The Stars, Kate is merely doing it just for fun. Derek shared,
“I’ve been working with Kate Hudson a little bit lately for fun – just dancing for fun, giving her some lessons.”
Although Hudson will probably not be on Dancing With The Stars anytime soon, Derek did admit that he would love to see her on the show.
“She’s become a good friend and she’s great. I would love for her to do the show, but she would never. She’s fantastic. But I want her to maybe do a guest spot.”
Guess Kate will just stick to acting. As for Julianne Hough going back to Dancing With The Stars, her brother says he can’t see her returning, but Derek is extremely excited for the season due to a new format. But what’s that new format you ask? Guess you will have to watch season 17 and find out!
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Here are some exercise tips to get that fanny fit:
First, start with Warm-ups. OK Mag advises to get your back warmed up, perform the classic yoga cat-cow stretch. Start by pulling in your stomach to round your back and then arch it and reach the top of your head toward your tailbone.
The next exercise uses your entire body to be involved. First lay face down on the floor with your arms straight out next to your ears, the tops of your feet should be on the ground. Then lift your arms, head, chest, and legs off the floor. Then bring the right leg and left arm down lower and switch to the opposite leg and arm. Release to the floor and do 15 repetitions.
Try some of these exercises if you want to get that backside right before summer begins!
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition is here, and the beautiful model Kate Upton is on the cover. Wondering how she got in shape for the cover? FitSugar caught up with her personal trainer David Kirsch to find out how.
She sweat outside: “We started out in East Hampton and did very basic track and field work. We did wind sprints at the high school on the track, when the sun went down, we did bleacher drills up and down. And she wasn’t very happy about that. That’s where we started . . . When we were out at the beach or playground, we did hanging knee raises and the monkey bars. Whatever was around us, we did it.”
She changed her diet: “I didn’t know how she had been eating before, but I knew how I wanted her to eat going forward. She would come over, and we’d eat together. So she saw how I ate and how I fed my daughter, and she saw that it would be tasty and fun. It wasn’t going to be an oppressive, tasteless experience . . . we dialed her into the fact that she could eat, get fit, and lose weight. Starving yourself is the furthest thing from my philosophy.”
To check out more of the interview head over to Fitsugar.com